Although Gon speaks only three words, his friends understand him and his story. His friends, Killua, Kurapika, and Leorio understand him perfectly. Gon is so excited that he has been planning a road trip with his friends since summer, months before they actually started talking about it. He even planned the road trip months in advance, even though he only knows three words. Chrollo, a regular customer of his coffee shop, helps him plan the trip.
While Gon may be able to minimize most attacks, his ability to control his aura will limit his effectiveness. However, his ability to use Hax will still prove useful, as it can affect any foe with the right amount of hax. This ability will also allow Gon to survive the attacks of most Troupe members. As Gon’s AoE is not great, he is limited to picking them off one by one, which can be extremely difficult to do. Likewise, he must dodge constantly while attacking, and this could be a hindrance if he’s trying to use his ultimate.
Although Killua is stronger than Gon, he lacks the fearlessness and stubbornness of his adult counterpart. As a result, he is not as powerful as Gon, but he is nearly equal to him in strength. If killed in the first episode, Killua may be able to defeat Gon. However, it is likely that Gon will get stronger and raged, and this will result in him losing the fight against Killua.
While Gon’s power level is comparable to Leol, his skills are not. Despite being an adult, Gon is more like Meruem than his father. His father is a double-star Hunter who is superior to his son in many ways. Gon also learns that he no longer has access to his Nen and is unable to use it. But he is still a strong fighter and is a useful Nen user.
While Gon may be the strongest Gon, he cannot compare to Killua Zoldyck. His “Godspeed” will allow him to reach speeds comparable to Zenitsu’s. This is a big advantage for him over Zenitsu, as he can use his knowledge and experience to dominate Gon. So he is an excellent choice if you’re looking for an extra-special Gon opponent.
Kalluto for Adult Gon is the second installment of the anime series. As a young boy, Kalluto was the leader of the Chimera Ant Squadron. The two grew up to be good friends, but when the young Gon is forced to grow up, he finds himself in the company of an adult Gon. Both Gon and Killua learn new techniques and fight styles to survive, but adult Gon is much more powerful and can easily defeat an opponent with his unique abilities.
The characters in Kalluto for Adult Gon are all very different in height. Gon is shorter than his brother, Killua, and Alluka. On the other hand, Kalluto is much shorter than Zushi. The two also have similar interests. So, it’s best to match Gon with a person of a similar height, a girl with whom his age is similar, and someone who has a similar personality to Kalluto.
Although both Gon and Killua are exceptionally powerful, Kalluto has the advantage of being a Zoldyck. While both are equally strong, Kalluto’s nen abilities are more powerful than Killua. Moreover, Kalluto has more potential than his opponent, so if the two fight, the current Killua will definitely be the winner. You can’t argue with these facts.
Despite Kalluto’s age and his relationship with Kortopi, Chrollo doesn’t mind that he’s not as close to him as his daughter is. He understands that growing up and romantic ideas about relationships are natural, but tries to view the situation from a more realistic standpoint. Often, love begins at an early age, and rarely survives until adulthood. The same applies for adult Gon, so Chrollo’s daughter’s feelings need to be taken into account.
The character’s power is his ability to adapt to new situations. Unlike Gon, who is prone to giving in to his feelings and letting them overwhelm him, Knuckle can control his emotions and fight against his enemies, even when he is possessed by love for Youpi. This ability represents a society’s capacity to control its instinctive parts. When his instincts are triggered, he can turn to his comrades for help.
As an adult, Gon Knuckle has a different role than Gon. During the game, Knuckle fights with Gon and shoots him. Shoot’s goal is to remain level-headed and prevent Knuckle from doing stupid things. However, when he loses, he gives up his role in the partnership and asks Knuckle to avenge his death. Although this request is not logical, it’s genuine.
While he’s not as strong as Ponzu, Gon has grown into a powerful character. In the game, he defeated Ponzu during the Hunter Exam, and this made him stronger than Ponzu. Hisoka has also become extremely powerful with her Bungee Gum ability. Gon has a few enemies in the game. The series also introduced the characters of Morel and Hisoka, both of which have major roles.
Although the character has greater potential damage output than Netero, Gon’s durability is much lower. Moreover, his arm was injured by Pitou, and it would have taken him several minutes to break through Netero’s defenses. Even if Gon had been able to kill Netero, he would have wasted his entire energy on a final attack, wasting the remaining energy. Therefore, he doesn’t have any chance against Adult Gon.
If you’ve seen the film, “Hisoka Hisoka for Kids” will be a great matchup for an adult Gon. Gon is a young man who demonstrates some great character qualities, including an overly-confident personality and impulsivity. Despite his inexperience, Gon does have an innate talent for martial arts, and he uses this to his advantage. Gon’s lack of raw strength is an unfortunate part of the character, but he does have some great physical skills and the ability to block most of his opponent’s attacks.
Hisoka saw the potential of his rival, and he wanted to wait until Gon had reached his full aura. However, the current adult form of Hisoka does not take this into consideration. He would be in a beserk-type state, and would struggle to control his impulses. Instead, he would attack Gon, moaning and panting. Despite his apparent lack of control, his own power would be surpassed by Gon’s.
The power of Gon’s Nen will be his greatest weapon. He is a strong, athletic fighter who is also a good natured animal lover. Gon is a natural hunter and has an uncanny ability to read people. His heightened sense of smell and keen sense of taste make him a formidable opponent. Although he’s weaker than Gon, his strength is not limited by age.
Unlike adult Gon, Hisoka has a large potential damage output. However, he has a relatively low durability when compared to Netero. Even though he’s injured by the Pitou, his final attack would have taken a long time to break through Netero’s defenses. This would have wasted Gon’s energy and time. Moreover, the Phenomenon Troupe’s Nobunaga has an admirable Nen user and a decent swordsman. Overall, this is a fantastic team.
Pre Rose Meruem
The most notable difference between Pre Rose Meruem and Adult Gon is the speed. While both are faster than the base meruem, Gon has significantly more aura output, which means that he is more damaging to his opponents. On the other hand, Meruem is slightly more durable, faster, and has a higher body strength. The difference between the two types of gon also comes down to the type of aura boost.
A strong nen contract and big numbers make these characters more effective against Gon. But the Zoldyck family and Troupe members also have significant hax advantage over Gon, so he must pick them off one by one. Another drawback is that Gon’s attack isn’t very powerful, and must constantly dodge while attacking. The main benefit of this type of gojo is the ability to nullify a hollow purple.
In the battle with JaJaken, he was able to beat Gon by charging too long. But this doesn’t mean he won. The adult gon could blitz him twice, once in cloud level and once while charging in the air. Gon is not very predictable and is capable of pulling off many fakes. This makes him unpredictable. While his blitzing power is superior, he does have one big flaw: he doesn’t have a Nen Hatsu.
Hisoka’s nen is a soft material, so it’s not easy to get through it, but it’s incredibly strong. If he could, he’d destroy Knuckle and Meleron. This would be disastrous for both, because they are a formidable team. A nen attack would not have a chance against Gon in the adult state.